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Street Style: Bomber Jacket City

Bomber Jacket City

Street Style Bomber Jacket City

You can never go wrong with investing in a good old bomber, it’s that go to stylish light weight jacket that you can team and layer with almost anything!

Looking effortlessly cool this Londoner’s street style exemplifies one of the many great ways you can rock out a bomber for that effortlessly stylish off-duty look.

This ensemble sees a khaki green bomber paired with a navy shirt, black skinnies and suede shoes. Adding a personal in depth touch to his look, this fashionista has accessorised with a blue beanie and white socks.

This street style look is an everyday look that you can change up for different aesthetics, a bomber jacket like this would look swell this summer paired with a brightly coloured printed tee, shorts, sandals and a good old pair of stunning sunnies!

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Street Style: Forest Candy

Street Style Forest Candy

This spring look is perfect for the nipper day. Relaxed yet cool and stylish this Londoner has put together a comfy stylish ensemble, pairing a long sleeve grey knitted polo neck jumper and black skinnies with a forest green fur coat and wedge sneakers. The look oozes chic appeal with the accessorising of a black Chanel cross-body bag which is an effortless way to elevate any look to a fashion forward disposition.

The Chanel cross-body bag featured in the photo above is REAL! This guide has helped to determine what is real and what is fake in the fashion industry.
What bags are hiding in your closet? Check to see if you purchased a REAL or FAKE brand now!

 

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Street Style: Fisherman meets Freshman

Street Style Fisherman meens Freshman

I love a look that pops which is why I had to get a snap of this swagged out urban street style look!

This all black off-duty outfit is an effortlessly stylish look you can re-invent with this seasons most avant-garde arrivals, whether it’s infusing your looks with 70’s inspired prints to chic leatherette fabrics, this is a style you can dress up or down and be guaranteed of looking uber cool!

The looks sings nautical seafarer notes, the ensemble  is made up of a black bomber jacket (a timeless wardrobe number that never lets you down), paired with a black tee and chinos accessorised with a classic beanie hat.

All the dark tones are set off with the teaming of the metallic gold sneakers which lends the overall ensemble a varsity jock aesthetic which we here at London is the Reason just love!

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Street Style: Camel Trench Coat

Camel Intentions

Trench Coat

I was instantly drawn to this ensemble, the trench coat is a timeless style pick I’ve been wanting to invest in for a while now, it’s a piece that you can create many stylish looks with, just like this fashion forward street style look.

The outfit is fairly simple and is made up of style picks which are likely to already be in our wardrobes. The complete outfit sees ripped black skinnies which are a versatile wardrobe basic everyone should own, a dark grey tee and a light camel trench coat which is the key piece to the look.

The fashionista has then accessorised with a black round brim hat, a black and gold statement necklace as well as white sneakers and a black tote to complete the look.
When shopping for this look, be watchful for what brands are real and fake. This make a difference when shopping for the best looks that compare to the runway.

Have fun shopping, accessories that pop pair well with this neutral color palette. This is a super comfy outfit you can adapt to suit your personal style where this attire would look just as cool paired with black pool sliders or mules for when the weather starts to cheer up come spring summer.

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The Iconic Characters of Wes Anderson

We were lucky enough to catch an early preview of the new Wes Anderson Film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, at the Hackney Picture House last week. But if you’re planning to watch it this weekend (it hits cinemas today) why not brush up on Anderson’s most iconic characters of all time first?

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